Territoral Analysis of Decentralised Energy Markets


Energy Cities staff involved
Anna Francis
Anna Francis
Project Management
Funding program

ESPON - Interreg


Energy Cities

The objective of this European research project is to investigate the conditions and develop policy recommendations for an efficient and inclusive uptake of energy communities, accounting for both layers: the legal foundations given by the Clean Energy for All Europeans Legislative Package1 and recent transformative market developments which are believed to benefit low-carbon community energy prosumerism and are commonly referred to as Energy-as-a-Service (EaaS). The research is positioned within the overarching strategic objectives towards a carbon-neutral European Union, and the effects of energy communities on environmental targets are to be accounted for in the tasks, outputs and deliveries.

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